"Caspian has the instrumental firepower to make a big noise when it feels like it. But the melodies, timbres and harmonics are so fully realized that "Tertia" would be mighty, even without its climaxes..."
— The Washington Post
"With key tempo changes, well-spaced arrangements, and delicate instrumental insertions Tertia succeeds in capturing an earthen mood even as it soars to scrape the upper levels of the atmosphere..."
— Pop Matters
"the ability to create such a wide range of reactions is the definition of true art. And if it can be accomplished through a version of metal, all the more power to it. Heady stuff, this."
— Metal Sucks
"Listening to it unfold feels like staring at your own static image in the mirror, waiting for infinitesimal changes to reveal themselves..."
— The Boston Globe
"Tertia finds Caspian trying new things and succeeding, gleefully galloping over the sophomore slump, never looking back..."
— Prefix Mag
"a master class in the art of the perfect post-rock performance... stunning..."
— Rock Sound
"please forgive my vague descriptions, but Caspian have laid their hands upon me and left the indescribable sensation that I’ve just heard something rather special, and they’ve taken a piece of me with them, while leaving a part of themselves with me..."
— Metal Review